ilwb noticed that Bodie/Lewis Collins whispered an apology to Doyle/Martin Shaw in this scene. And the trademark lack of boundaries when it comes to personal space is always a bonus.
Properly solicitous of his … close and valued fellow professional :-)
1. Aragorn opening those doors
2. The Thirteen Doctor building her screwdriver
3. Roland brooding
4. Nakia dancing
5. Ray Doyle. Just Ray Doyle.
6. Evie being badass
7. Scratch that, the cast of The Mummy
8. Tristan Thorne flynning
9. Ray Kowalski boxing
10. Elizabeth ruling
Frey: “Why does the bat -”
Frey: “- Herschel have an empty tankard?”
Catton: “Papyrus Bats can’t drink coffee. It reacts catastrophically with their stomach acids.”
Frey: “So why does he have a tankard?”
Herschel: “I like to feel included.”
Just a little cute art for yet another TV show idea. Thought I’d share and cheer people up.
Hey friends. My best friend’s entire family is being hit hard economically by the virus. I want to do everything I can to help, so I’m open to commissions for fics or art. Every penny I make I will send her in support, and she can fight me on this and will lose. DM me for requests and payment details. You can pay me through my ko-fi.
@queer-crusader ‘s art is legitimately amazing. Seriously, if anyone can help that would be fantastic.
- What would your dream vacation be?
- Tell me a random fact about yourself.
- Do you believe in love at first sight?
- What’s your favorite season?
- Do you believe that you can do anything if you put your heart and mind to it?
- Would you say you make friends easily?
- How long is the longest you’ve walked at one time?
- Do you have any allergies?
- Would you ever go on a blind date?
- Are you an emotional person?
- Do you want to have a family when you get older?
- If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
- What was your favorite toy growing up?
- What accomplishment are you most proud of?
- Which historical figure would you like to be?
- What would you do if you were invisible for a day?
- If you could time travel, where would you go?
- What’s your favorite ice cream flavor?
- If you could be a cartoon character for a week, who would you be?
- What’s your favorite childhood book?
- Who would play you in a movie of your life?
- What’s your favorite smell in the whole world?
- If you could pick a new first name, what would it be?
- What’s your dream job?
- What fictional character do you wish you could meet?
- What is the best piece of advice you’ve received?
- Would you rather be the most popular kid in school or the smartest kid in school?
- What is your favorite day of the week?
30 Days of Autism Acceptance 2020
Rules: Answer the prompt of the day on your own separate post. You can answer as many or as few of these as you like. Answer with as much or as little detail as you wish. And make sure to tag it as #30daysofautismacceptance and #2020. Please help me spread this before the start of April!
April 1: Introduce yourself. Talk about who you are as a person.
April 2: Post your red instead selfie today! Alternatively, you could talk about why you choose to go redinstead and what it means to you.
April 3: Talk about special interests. Do you have any? What are they? How long have you had them? What does it feel like to have special interests? What does having special interests mean to you? Talk about your past special interests
April 4: Do you consider your autism to be an important part of your identity?
April 5: Talk about your living situation. Do you live with your parents? Do you live on your own? Have roommates? Etc. If you live on your own how hard was it to get used to?
April 6: Are you able to drive? If you can, was it hard for you to learn? If not, what alternatives do you use, if any?
April 7: Talk about autism in the media. Do you think that autism is typically portayed well? Badly? Is there anything you’d like to see more of when it comes to autistic representation? Who are your favorite autistic characters? Do you have any headcanons?
April 8: What are some misconceptions/stereotypes about autism that you hate?
April 9: How sensitive are you when it comes to touch? Are you pro hug or anti hug?
April 10: Do you have trouble understanding when someone is being sarcastic or joking?
April 11: How open are you about being autistic? Do you usually tell people?
April 12: Talk about social skills and communication. What kind of things do you find hard?
April 13: What kind of things do you have trouble with as an autistic person? Why do you think you have trouble with it? What helps?
April 14: What would you like other people to be more aware of when it comes to autism?
April 15: Free day! Write about any topic you want!
April 16: Do you experience hyper empathy or low empathy? Talk about it. What is it like?
April 17: Have you experienced ableism before? If so, how did it feel and how did you handle it?
April 18: Discuss how you felt when you felt when you first learnt you were autistic vs how you feel now.
April 19: Talk about scripting. Is scripting something that you normally do? What kind of situations do you have a script for? Does it help you?
April 20: Discuss stimming. In what ways do you stim? What does stimming mean to you? What do individual stims that you do mean? Do you have any stim toys? What would you like people to know about stimming?
April 21: Give a shoutout to some of your favorite autism blogs/autistic bloggers
April 22: What are some social rules that do not make sense to you/that you don’t understand?
April 23: Do you have any internal rules? What are they?
April 24: Talk about community. What does the autistic community mean to you? Is it important? How does it feel?
April 25: Do you know any other autistic people off the internet? Is anyone else in your family autistic or are you the only one? Do you wish you knew more?
April 26: In what ways can allistic people better accommodate you and other autistic people? What would you consider helpful?
April 27: Do you have any vocal stims or echolalia? Can you give any examples?
April 28: Are you LGBT? Discuss the intersection between both identities.
April 29: Why is acceptance important? What does it mean to you?
April 30: What would you like your final message of Autism Acceptance Month to be?
I would appreciate it if people could signal boost this, I want it to spread as much as possible before April. I hope everyone enjoys this years prompts!
My birthday’s on the 1st. Would love nothing more than getting to discuss my condition. (Also Professionals, writing, fantasy in general, hint hint :-P)
Getting semi-diagnosed with PCOS has both been a blessing and a curse. On one hand, I’m not formally diagnosed, it is ‘clinically likely’ and it does partially explain my weird periods, and extreme suicidal moods the night before.
Now I have this, my Mum has now done a 360 on her thought about me being trans. She now think it’s due to my testosterone imbalance and if I get treatment I won’t be trans anymore. Where she was supportive of my choices, she now thinks that I will regret any transgender transition stuff. She keeps making comments about changing gender won’t make me happy and I’m going to mutilate myself for nothing.
I’ve been trans as long as I can remember, I just didn’t have the vocabulary to express it until I was in my teens. When I said I started to suspect my gender identity was different at thirteen, I meant that’s when I got the words to explain it, but she is adamant it was just puberty playing with my emotions as she puts it. So i’m now feeling lonely and while I’ve laid ground rules to be addressed by my preferred pronouns, I’m feeling like I’ve taken a massive step back in being accepted.
This is the greatest video ever posted on the internet
Fun Fact: Kittens learn to hunt their prey using their mother’s tail. This is so cute cause this tail is a lot faster than a cat’s tail but the kitten is doing their best. ❤🐈
So what I’m hearing is that training with a dog is going to turn this cat into the APEX PREDATOR
Unable to contain the fizzing sensation any longer, Kizzy sprang up and hurled herself across the room until her nose was practically touching the metal engine. “Can I help?”
Maia’s mouth opened and closed soundlessly before she managed, “Hello there.”
“Hello. Can I help? I’m good at finding things.”
“Things which belong in other people’s pockets from what I’ve heard,” Talas retorted, not looking at her. Brushing a curl out of his eyes, he added, “This piece of machinery is too dangerous for children.”
Kizzy bristled. “I’m not a kid. I’m probably fifteen, sixteen even!”
Now Talas turned his attention on her, right eye creepily magnified to the point that even Kizzy couldn’t avoid meeting it. Fighting the urge to look down, she suddenly realised that she’d read heroes’ eyes being described as amber before, but never actually seen it. It gave him an owlish and vaguely mystical look.
Owls, Kizzy decided, uncharitably in that moment, were the only birds she didn’t like. All eyes, no brain, and a scream like a distressed cat. How they’d ever been held up as symbols of knowledge and patience, she didn’t understand.
“Fifteen, maybe sixteen. Astounding. Back home you’d still have another four years of schooling to do. You’re a child and I do not want you to get hurt.”